The Best Restaurants in MILAN

Most travelers pass through Milan for a night or two at the start or end of their tour in Italy. They view Leonardo Da Vinci’s ‘Last Supper’, visit the Duomo or eat in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II and believe they have seen Milan - But nothing could be farther from the truth. The real Milan is hidden and you must explore to find it. 

Traditional Milanese cuisine is rich: not only because of the widespread use of butter, but because Milan has always been one of Italy’s most affluent cities. The most iconic dishes of Milanese cuisine reflect the luxurious tastes of its upper class. Saffron — an ingredient pricier than gold — sets the Milanese risotto apart from the competition, while cotoletta calls for veal, making it the single most expensive item on a traditional Milanese menu. The food is varied, decadent and luxurious - Italian all over.